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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Pregnant and breastfeeding women are advised to defer taking the Covid-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to avoid any possible side effects. Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Medical Microbiology lecturer Associate Professor Dr Niazlin Mohd Taib said this is because there was...KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Pregnant and breastfeeding women are advised to defer taking the Covid-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to avoid any possible side effects. Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Medical Microbiology lecturer Associate Professor Dr Niazlin Mohd Taib said this is because there was...

Covid-19: Pregnant, breastfeeding women advised to defer vaccination, says UPM medical expert | Malaysia | Malay Mail

EDINBURGH: Data from two separate studies published in the UK on Monday, one in England and another in Scotland, have shown vaccines against Covid-19 are effective in cutting disease transmission and hospitalisations from the first dose.

First Covid vaccine dose cuts transmission, hospitalisation: UK studies | New Straits Times

Health Minister Greg Hunt has confirmed another 166,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have landed in Sydney, with another 120,000 to arrive next week as frontline workers continue to receive the jab.Health Minister Greg Hunt has confirmed another 166,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have landed in Sydney, with another 120,000 to arrive next week as frontline workers continue to receive the jab.

Coronavirus Pfizer jab doses have arrived in Australia as rollout continues | Daily Mail Online

The White House said this weekend that despite the drop in cases this month, life won't return to normal for quite some time. Latest virus updates.The White House said this weekend that despite the drop in cases this month, life won't return to normal for quite some time. Latest virus updates.

COVID news: Joe Biden marks 500,000 deaths; Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Lead researcher of the Scotland vaccine study Professor Aziz Sheikh, director of the University of Edinburgh's Usher Institute, praised the study Lead researcher of the Scotland vaccine study Professor Aziz Sheikh, director of the University of Edinburgh's Usher Institute, praised the study

Single coronavirus vaccine jab reduces hospital admissions by 94 per cent - Birmingham Live

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The Trudeau government has been going all out to make sure you know; the vaccines are coming.

LILLEY: Trudeau's vaccine effort has been a failure | Toronto Sun

LILLEY: Trudeau's vaccine effort has been a failure

LILLEY: Trudeau's vaccine effort has been a failure | Toronto Sun

By some measures, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may appear to be less effective than Moderna and Pfizer. But Dr. Ashish Jha says when it comes to hospitalizations and deaths, it's just as good.By some measures, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may appear to be less effective than Moderna and Pfizer. But Dr. Ashish Jha says when it comes to hospitalizations and deaths, it's just as good.

Should I Get The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine? : Coronavirus Updates : NPR

By spending lots of money and not worrying about liability, America is beating Europe in the vaccine race.By spending lots of money and not worrying about liability, America is beating Europe in the vaccine race.

The One Area Where the US COVID-19 Strategy Seems to Be Working - Defense One

Nikkei Asia is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.Global cases have reached 111,720,297,Mongolia's PM becomes country's first to receive jab as vaccine rollout begins

Coronavirus latest: Thailand to extend SOE beyond one-year mark - Nikkei Asia

Giving the second dose at 3 months resulted in up to 47% greater protection than giving it at 6 weeks.Giving the second dose at 3 months resulted in up to 47% greater protection than giving it at 6 weeks.

Delaying 2nd AstraZeneca COVID shot may boost efficacy | CIDRAP

PHARMACEUTICAL giant Johnson & Johnson have launched themselves to the forefront of the globa...PHARMACEUTICAL giant Johnson & Johnson have launched themselves to the forefront of the globa...

Johnson and Johnson vaccine: Everything you need to know about Ireland's 'game-changing' jab | The Irish Post

In a CodeBlue survey asking health care workers from the public and private sectors if they will take a Covid-19 vaccine, 70% say yes, 19% say it depends on which vaccine, 6% aren’t sure, and 5% say no.

Survey: 70% Health Workers Will Take Any Covid-19 Vaccine | CodeBlue

Anthony Fauci, MD, advises that people who've recovered from COVID may only need the first dose of the two-part COVID vaccine in future.

Dr. Fauci Just Said These People May Only Need One Vaccine Dose

Australia will ramp up its COVID-19 immunisation drive with more shots to be rolled out from next week, federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Tuesday, after a second shipment of the vaccine reached the country overnight.Australia will ramp up its COVID-19 immunisation drive with more shots to be rolled out from next week, federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Tuesday, after a second shipment of the vaccine reached the country overnight.

Australia to ramp up COVID-19 vaccination drive as more doses arrive | Reuters

COVID-19 vaccines have arrived in Australia as the country begins its long-awaited rollout.

Australia begins COVID-19 vaccine rollout - Global Times

Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine shown to prevent most coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)–related deaths or hospitalizations; extreme weather delays 6 million vaccine doses; post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety seen in COVID-19 survivors.Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine shown to prevent most coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)–related deaths or hospitalizations; extreme weather delays 6 million vaccine doses; post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety seen in COVID-19 survivors.

What We're Reading: Pfizer Vaccine Lessens Hospitalization, Death Risk; 6M Doses Delayed; Mental Health in Coronavirus Survivors | AJMC

Top stories: Israeli data shows positive results for Pfizer vaccine; G7 leaders commit billions to ensure equitable access to tests, treatments and vaccines; Australia begins vaccine programme.Top stories: Israeli data shows positive results for Pfizer vaccine; G7 leaders commit billions to ensure equitable access to tests, treatments and vaccines; Australia begins vaccine programme.

COVID-19: What you need to know about the pandemic on 22 Feb | World Economic Forum

Scotland vaccinations lead to sharp drop in hospitalizations | 2021/02/22Scotland vaccinations lead to sharp drop in hospitalizations

Scotland vaccinations lead to sharp drop in hospitalizations | Taiwan News | 2021/02/22

Separate studies from England and Scotland show that risk of illness and hospitalisation reduced from first jab.Separate studies from England and Scotland show that risk of illness and hospitalisation reduced from first jab.

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The Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE Covid-19 vaccine appeared to stop the vast majority of recipients in Israel becoming infected, providing the first real-world indication that the immunization will curb transmission of the coronavirus.The Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE Covid-19 vaccine appeared to stop the vast majority of recipients in Israel becoming infected, providing the first real-world indication that the immunization will curb transmission of the coronavirus.

Pfizer Vaccine Data In Israel Gives Clues On Herd Immunity: Scientists

We have every reason to think that getting vaccinated is not only safe for pregnant people or people who may become pregnant, but even more important for them than for people who are otherwise healthy and don’t have underlying conditions.We have every reason to think that getting vaccinated is not only safe for pregnant people or people who may become pregnant, but even more important for them than for people who are otherwise healthy and don’t have underlying conditions.

What pregnant, breastfeeding, and prospective parents should know about the COVID-19 vaccines | Popular Science

Being the first nation to begin mass vaccinations in December, over 17 million UK resident have received at least a first dose so far.Being the first nation to begin mass vaccinations in December, over 17 million UK resident have received at least a first dose so far.

First dose of Pfizer, AstraZeneca shots cut transmission, hospitalisation risk, say UK studies - Health News , Firstpost

The Pfizer/ BioNTech jointly developed COVID-19 vaccine appeared to prevent the vast majority of recipients in Israel from being infected, Bloomberg rThe Pfizer/ BioNTech jointly developed COVID-19 vaccine appeared to prevent the vast majority of recipients in Israel from being infected, Bloomberg r

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine shot stops covid spread – Israeli Study

Two U.K. studies released Monday showed that COVID-19 vaccination programs are contributing to a sharp drop in hospitalizations, boosting hopes that the shots will work as well in the real world as they ...

UK data: COVID-19 vaccines sharply cut hospitalizations

The study provides the first real-world indication that the immunization will curb transmission of the coronavirus, but experts cautioned that more data is needed.The study provides the first real-world indication that the immunization will curb transmission of the coronavirus, but experts cautioned that more data is needed.

Pfizer-BioNTech shot stops COVID-19 spread, Israeli study shows | The Japan Times

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia started its COVID-19 inoculation program on Monday, days after its neighbor New Zealand, with both governments deciding their pandemic experiences did not... CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia started its COVID-19 inoculation program on Monday, days after its neighbor New Zealand, with both governments deciding their pandemic experiences did not...

Read more about Australian PM Scott Morrison receives his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine on Business Standard. Total number of coronavirus cases reported in Australia is 28,928, while the death toll stands at 909, according to the Johns Hopkins UniversityTotal number of coronavirus cases reported in Australia is 28,928, while the death toll stands at 909, according to the Johns Hopkins University

Australian PM Scott Morrison receives his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine | Business Standard News

As deaths top 500K and cases trend downward, US pandemic fight at 'crossroads'

THE ASTRAZENECA vaccine has been integral to the UK's successful immunisation programme in recent months, but does the Oxford Covid vaccine prevent the spread or transmission of coronavirus?THE ASTRAZENECA vaccine has been integral to the UK's successful immunisation programme in recent months, but does the Oxford Covid vaccine prevent the spread or transmission of coronavirus?

AstraZeneca vaccine: Does the Covid vaccine prevent spread of the virus? | Express.co.uk

Here's the latest from around the world overnight. Here's the latest from around the world overnight.

Coronavirus: Latest from around the world - Tuesday, February 23 | Newshub

Sanofi hasn't abandoned its COVID-19 vaccine hopes despite a setback in the high-stakes race, but as it moves two separate technologies forward, it's also pitching in to make vaccines for its usual rivals. The deal is the latest pandemic tie-up among Big Pharma companies.Sanofi hasn't abandoned its COVID-19 vaccine hopes despite a setback in the high-stakes race, but as it moves two separate technologies forward, it's also pitching in to make vaccines for its usual rivals. The deal is the latest pandemic tie-up among Big Pharma companies.

After Pfizer deal, Sanofi offers a hand to Johnson & Johnson for COVID-19 vaccine production | FiercePharma

In England, hospitalization and death rates have fallen over 75 percent in those who have received a single dose of the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine.In England, hospitalization and death rates have fallen over 75 percent in those who have received a single dose of the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine.

UK: Coronavirus vaccines cutting hospitalization after first dose – POLITICO

Washington (AP) Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson says it will be able to provide 20 million US doses of its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, assuming it gets the greenlight from federal regulators. Washington (AP) Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson says it will be able to provide 20 million US doses of its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, assuming it gets the greenlight from federal regulators.

Johnson & Johnson Says Can Provide 20M US Doses

Data from two separate studies published in the UK, one in England and another in Scotland, have shown vaccines against Covid-19 are effective in cutting disease transmission and hospitalisations from the first dose.Data from two separate studies published in the UK, one in England and another in Scotland, have shown vaccines against Covid-19 are effective in cutting disease transmission and hospitalisations from the first dose.

First vaccine dose cuts transmission - UK studies

Re-think is warranted on policy of not giving AstraZeneca vaccine to older peopleRe-think is warranted on policy of not giving AstraZeneca vaccine to older people

Q&A: Why new data on vaccine effectiveness and intervals is relevant to Ireland

Yet-to-be-peer-reviewed studies show that the currently approved vaccines are effective in reducing the risk of hospitalizations and stopping the transmissTwo different studies have reported the effects of COVID-19 vaccination on the general public, and it is really great news. Both hospitalization due to COV

COVID Vaccines Curb Hospitalization And Virus Transmission, According To New Studies | IFLScience

An initial dose of the vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech cuts the risk of coronavirus infection, Public Health England announced on Monday as U.K. Prime...An initial dose of the vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech cuts the risk of coronavirus infection, Public Health England announced on Monday as U.K. Prime...

Even one dose of Pfizer vaccine reduces coronavirus-infection risk, Public Health England says - MarketWatch